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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -r -r" FRIE B.US TO ALL TRAINS 4.. Hotel Windsor I 17 tott a Day Motet In -f Alberta -f Hr -f1 v -f1 -I- -I- The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel the Beit and Most Convert- lent Place to Stay Keen Kutter Meat and Food Chopper Many so-called food choppers are not choppers at they tear crush the food into a and imforuicaiely. there is 120 Tray of knowing this until it is too late. But here is a food chopper tha: cms. You can readily identify it by the trade mark aud you know if it is not satisfactory your money" Trill be refunded. To be sure oi tbe food that cuts, say Keen Kutter Meat and Food Chopper It Is equipped cciters for any of fineness you wish. and Quickly with, ease, rsesis, itstu traits act! 5Is2y disbes cas be prepared and much pre- vented ty ;he use one of the perfect cisbss. Sold and s-iaracteec by 762 Wt GJvs Attention to Mail Orders Valentines OTLT stock of boxed valentines is complete all ready to address 10 tlie friends across the Ml Kicfe All Price ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST Or UNION SANK. PHONE 1255. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AXO UNOEHWOOD TYPEWRITERS There's a Reason y nurses and physicians look to us for supplies. It is because we take care 10 supply qnaliry. The price adjusts itself. Besides our stock in this line is complete in every detail. ALBERTA DRUG CO. CRiPTlGN SPECIALISTS. A- 5. E1FLEY, MANAGES. PHONE 772 JACKSON COPE PHESCRJPTION' DRUGGISTS Succsssars to JOHNSTON JACKSON, SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Canned Goods that are Canned Right No canned goods can With only the best of Fruits and Vegetables, canned in Sanitary Tins better. The name is "INELAND." To be sure c FRUITS IN HEAVY 2 Ib. tins: yrice each Ib. tins .....................2 for 45c Ib: this ...........2 for 45c !b. tins ..........2 for 45c CKKKX (1AG.H tius; each ....20c LO.MliAHD Ib. tins, each ........15c KKD P1TTKD Ib. tins, oaob ...25c Ib. tins, each ........25c VEGETABLES lU. tlus ...............3 for 50c each..................'.COc STRI.VGLESS ..............I5c getting the best ask for VINELAND BRAND. PIE FRUITS Ib. tins ___................2 for 35c llns, each ..................45c lb. tius, each .......'..........20c cacti....................75c each .......................65c each ..............75c each ..............75c Ib. tins, each ...............15c each.......................50c THE GOOD COMPANY XND RETAIL FRUIT AND PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY THE WEATHER idatu'oops. clear -12 Edmonton, cloudy .30 Calgary, clear 31 i Lethbiidge, clear 33 I Winnipeg, clear 23 Port'Arthur, fair H> In Manitoba the weather was 1-1 in o! in fair and moderate cold. Further west it j i has been mild during ihe day, but an-1 jother cold wave has entered and tem- peraiures were low asain last night- FORECAST: Manitoba anil Sas- and cold, i and cold today. Wed- j'nesday higher u-mperature and licht j local snowfalls. CITS: AXD DISTRICT j E. -J. Hill is from his business to Eastern cities. 1 Fire Onei! Davidson, of Edmonton, iis resigning to accept a with bithulithie company. j Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Moreland, of 1 New Davion, are spending the day in I the cky. Officers of North Star Lodge No. -I, A! F. A. M.. go-to Grassy, Lake to put on. the 3rd Degree with ihe j Grassy Lake.Lcidge. I F. Hardmat. of Calgary, inspector j oi ihe Occidental Spring Garden j Insurance Co-, has beea in .town since i the urst of ihe isreek. j George and Mrs. intend j leaving shortly 10 spend a couple of i months visiiing friends ia San Fraa- i Cisco, Cal. J J. H..Thoiaas and J. -I. Doyle and Thomas, "builders-and con- i went to Calgary on business I yesterday. j J. A.' R- Rome, manager oi the j Eastern Townships Bank, and T. I McEachern, manager oi the Bank of Toronto, wect to Calgary yesterday j oa business. j S. P. Wilson, merchant of Rontb- iTraite, Man., reiurnea home this' ai- j :ernoon. after paying a flying visit 3'r. and Mrs. G. II. Johnbtoc, Ye Old Blue Willow Ditinerware Cups in 4 shapes. Plates In 4 sizes. Platters 3 Priiits'. Egg.Cups. Pitchers. 6 sizes. Bowls. Sugars. .Open stock. See our windows. KIRKHAMBROS. 315 Crabb Street Phone 556 Not The Only Way is. rcfrir-ra-icr, or en block oi is nor the onJj -srav 702 cstct: cold. More coles are taSren frcn sitting !n z. crafc, or E2d TSJZzz 2. cil'L Onr business Is" to cfTar 2. thai z. cold, so laauer take-i. Ard, one offer in JOHNSTON'S PECTORAL BALSAM z-zi. botded 02 the preaises. We acd A EO f Tl_S. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, tilings C5 that lie knows must be done. How about your farsightedness3 Can't you see where 3-011 will have to do some fixing up around rhe pla.ce before long, some repairs that will require some lumber. Then why pin it off? Why not come in and let us tell yon the cost of the stuff you need next time you're in town? But whenever you buy. be sure and see us first, even if you have to drive out of your way to get here. IX WILL PAY IIv DOLLAES ANJL> CENTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. _i517 Sixth street, south. The Real Estate. Association ivill meet at S.L5 tomorrow (Wednesday) evening ia Pk. Dobbin's office, Sher lock Building. Very important- busi- ness will be yp for discussion and all members are urged to be-present. Ellis and Murphy have decided to the cafe department of their business toTcoaumie the fruit, con- fectionery and ice cream departments. The cafe, will therefore be closed on and after Saturday evening, January I A. E. Watts, of the burg Lumber Mills, and commonly known as the of Wattsbure. B. is in the city today with Mrs. j Waits. Everybody who is going appears to eagerly looking forward keenly to I the Greai Falls excursion, which leaves here on Thursday Secre- tary McNicol, of the Beard of Trade, has been allotting the various names to tac different coaches, which, by the way, will be here tonight from When It Comes to Drugs, Higm- ..r.i-.x botham's is the House of PURE DRUGS.; is an old slogan. When Ve say it. Tve meaji. what-ive When you know, what you want in that line, we have it, We make a specialty of buyingsjthe purest, for pre- scription 'Work. See that the name T. D. Higinbocham Co., Ltd., is on your prescription label. J. D. Niginbotiiai S Co.lM Family and DlspeniIng Chemlsti Night and Day Telephone Nkht Bell on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS See The Great La Barr, The 20th Century Wonder, tonight at the En reka. k Call GGft, the Letabritige Mcsscnge: Service for quick message and baj? gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Your last chance tonight to see, Vir- the initiated at the Eureka. Phone 532 Pony Express; baggage transferred, removals, coal. 308-0 See Aimee Co., in the Fire [Dance at the Eureka- toniehi. One jden, Montana, by the A. R. I. AM. of the city council's i now publicity committcr, was one of I Those who this morning reserved a berth, and will take in the trip. At jthe other end, the Great Falls at 1hc Eureka tonighL I pic are lookinz forward to Friday j of thc greatest spectacular and f jusr. as if not more keenly, Productions ever seen in than inc ptr.pSc hrrr. and are prepar-I carries j ing to extend the plad S hand, as the following from Sunday's. Great Falls Tribune- will show: Foresters residing in North Ward arc i Electric Hty club .will hoard' of S who are coming to Great thn five elec- Members of the Ancient. Order of CITY AND DISTRICT Fred- Timleck, manager of of Ma- grath yards of the Stacey Lumber Co., -has been in town over Sunday. E. B. Sloan, of thc staff of the El lison Milling Co., has been sick for the past month. Geo.-Stacey, general-manager of ilie Siacey Lumber Co., went, to Fei- nie yesterday for a week's star. inspector .yesterday fined Nick Bogo three and "costs for being drunk arid" disorderly oh Galley Street- 5n< Stafford Village on" Sunda-rV I3. C. McC'olIum, formerly with, thn Stacey Lumber: Co., has gone to' Mediciae Hat, where he will engage in the real estau- business. will be a regular meeting of Viaduct Lodge No. 53, I.O.O.F., to-' night in the 1.0.0.P.-hall, when the third'degree will be conferred. :W-I.-Newton, travelling freight in- spector of the Canadian Freight As- went to Macleod on Sun- day. The Overseas Club holds a smoking concert this evening in the Caledonian I tlall at 8.30 p.m. K. A. Cunningham] lias kindly consented, to.take the chair i and'Mr. C. F. P. Conybearc will dc-I liver an address on the aims and oh- :jeelsoi the Club (hiring the evening. .Sergeant S. A she, .of the "K" Di- 'ision, R..N.W.M.P., :has been pro- moted to the rank of stall sergeant. Edmonton Capital: lion. Arch. IcLean, provincial secretary, return- ed from ytsterday after- noon, where he has been recalling ihe old 'days 'of his cowboy life on inn ranch. 'For two weeks Mr! McLean Vas-'foeen riding hard over his bit; ranch in. the Tabtr district, looking stock, states is in fine .condition. The many, friends of Miss Ida Green, who lived in Lethbridge, with her mother and brothers, unt-il about two and. a half years regret to learn o'" her-death. Word ha-s hern ccired that she died at her home in New York on Saturday morning, Jan- j uary: Lir She slipped on an icy side- walk on Christmas afternoon, injur- ing herself internally and developing disease which carried her off. She was about nineteen years of age. NOBLE NOTES _____ i Noble, Jan. and Mrs. Lowe, have for several 'months been ma.n_aS5ns affairs r.t'C. S. Noble's West! rarm, returned to towc on Monday last, .Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood having again returned from the South. Mr. James Moguard, who has been sojourning for the last month in the land of the Dakotas, returned to town on 'Monday, bringing with him a fair bride. We congratulate Jim. and hope that this habit may become contag- ious. In the evening a reception was, prepared for the happy couple at the! town restaurant, and a pleasnnt time, was spent until the wee sma.' hours, j when our good townspeople nied home wards, each feeling thru the towuj had received a decided addition in the person of the pleasant and agreeable .Mrs. Moguard. Our Literary Society has proved a very interesting and profitable organ-! Cation. Good attendance and prepared papers have made it most) popular with all our townspeople. The! subject next'Wednesday is a in "which we should learn once for all. the truth about a Canadian nuilt navy and whether our government has been justified in this meetings are free ynd everyone is in- vited. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. MEN! Do you require an OVERCOAT If and inspect ilio remainder of tlie )jest stoek in th-c c Lry. 100 Men's Overcoats MUST BE'CLEARED THIS WEEK -Men's Ulsters. College, Mellon, Chesterfields and Tweed Coats. These coats are new 'stock. Do you realize that this is the best time all the year to buy.at greater savings? keep oprn requested to attend .-._ n